Inductees have shown an extraordinary commitment to academic excellence, athletic participation, personal development, career preparation and serving as a role model.
Schrodt’s research contributed to the field of fossil fuel energy encompassing coal gasification and desulphurization and was highly respected in the engineering community.
Rodney Andrews, professor of chemical engineering, is PI on the project.
A new National Science Foundation Graduate Research Traineeship (NRT) program is available at UK, aimed at fully integrating research and professional skill development within an inclusive, multidisciplinary and supportive academy.
The UK students represented the AIChE student chapters for the chemical engineering programs in Lexington and at the College of Engineering Extended Campus in Paducah.
Eric Grulke, professor of chemical engineering and former director of the engineering electron microscopy center, passed away Friday, November 29, at his home.
Recipients were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the U.S. voluntary standardization system.
The winners were nominated by their co-op supervisors. Each received high praise from their employers.
UK faculty members Carmen Agouridis and Isabel Escobar will be involved with the project.
The results of the study may be used to develop standardized approaches for reviewing and evaluating the efficacy of bioprinting approaches for medical product applications.